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Michael Eisner was Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company from 1984-2005. During that time, Eisner was both a savior and villain to Disney fans. In this Disney Documentary, learn about Michael Eisner's history that led him to the chief executive officer position at Disney, how he restored the Disney Company alongside Frank Wells, and how a series of missteps brought it all tumbling down. The Kingdom Report is proud to present The History of Michael Eisner as Disney CEO. A retrospective on The Eisner Era the brought us new Disney Parks, iconic Disney animated films and plenty of Disney failures. #disney #history #story _ For Business Inquires: KingdomReportLive🤍Gmail.com BE A PART OF THE KINGDOM TEAM COMMUNITY! TIKTOK: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 [NEVER MISS A BROADCAST] OUR WEBSITE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE To The Kingdom Report: 🤍 It's The Kingdom Report. Your home for Disney Parks news, reviews, experiences, and perspective. _ The Kingdom Report and Kingdom Report Live are in no way associated with The Walt Disney Company, Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort, or its affiliates.
Michael Eisner, former Disney CEO and founder of the Tornante company, joins CNBC's "Closing Bell" to discuss the streaming industry and entertainment landscape.
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Michael Eisner, former Disney CEO and founder of the Tornante company, joins CNBC's "Closing Bell" to discuss the streaming industry and entertainment landscape.
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✨✨VISIT magiccandlecompany.com and use the NEW code OFFHAND to get 15% off of your purchase!✨✨ Eisner did a lot right, let's be honest. He also did a lot... Not right. I think it bears mentioning that he did the whole "WESTCOT" thing that could've been great. Key word there is "could've", but let's not dwell on the past here in the description. Let's dwell on it up above, in the actual video. NOTE: I've included BrightSunFilms' WESTCOT video instead of my own due to copyright reasons. I'll have a new WESTCOT video coming soon. Give a listen to the FOOLISH MORTALS PODCAST ▶ 🤍 Donate on Patreon for Early Access to Videos ▶ 🤍 Watch ALL The Offhand Live Streams ▶ 🤍 Join the Offhand Discord ▶ 🤍 Offhand Merch is Available Now ▶ 🤍 Offhand Reddit ▶ 🤍 Video Credits ▶ Eisner and Wells, 🤍 Disney World 1990, 🤍 A Day at Disneyland, 🤍 Disney Decade, 🤍 Dateline WDW, 🤍 MuppetVision3D Commercial, 🤍 ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter, RetroWDW, 🤍 EuroDisneyland Opening, 🤍 DCA Opening, 🤍 Animal Kingdom Dedication, 🤍
Topps, which is best known for its baseball cards and Bazooka candy line, has agreed to go public through a merger with Mudrick Capital Acquisition Corporation II, a special purpose acquisition company, that values Topps at $1.3 billion. Topps Chairman Michael Eisner and Jason Mudrick, founder and CIO of Mudrick Capital Management, joined "Squawk Box" on Tuesday to discuss the deal. To see the full interview with Eisner sign up for a free trial to CNBC Pro: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: 🤍 Turn to CNBC TV for the latest stock market news and analysis. From market futures to live price updates CNBC is the leader in business news worldwide. The News with Shepard Smith is CNBC’s daily news podcast providing deep, non-partisan coverage and perspective on the day’s most important stories. Available to listen by 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT daily beginning September 30: 🤍 Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 🤍 #CNBC #CNBCTV
This is a compilation of several interviews with former Disney CEO Michael Eisner from 1997-2001. Throughout these conversations, Eisner talks at length concerning the death of Frank Wells, his 1998 autobiography "Work in Progress," the purchase of ABC by Disney, the opening of Disney's Animal Kingdom and Disney's California Adventure, his near-fatal bypass operation, the (mistaken?) hiring of Jaimie Tarses at ABC, the 2001 economic recession, the creation of Go.com, and his philosophies on running the television, movie, and theme park divisions of Disney.
(9 Sep 2005) Recent pictures 1. Wide shot of entrance of Hong Kong Disneyland 2. Close up of a Mickey Mouse on entrance sign 3. Wide shot of entrance sign reading Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 4. Pan of the main street in Disneyland 9 September 2005 5. Set up of Robert Iger, the President of The Walt Disney Company 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Iger, the President of The Walt Disney Company: "Yes, the park is ready to open on Monday. Everything seems to be in place, our five-thousand new cast members are ready to go and its ready to open its doors to this part of the world. And who knows what's in store for it in the future but it's all very positive." Recent pictures 7. Wide shot of Disney characters performance before audience 8. Wide shot of Disney characters waving at audiences 9 September 2005 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Iger, President of The Walt Disney Company: "We've been looking for a while and discussion for a while with the government of Shanghai about developing a Disneyland there. Not to open until at least 2010, those discussions have been on-going, it's a thoroughly different market than this market. There's a huge population base to draw from up there, just as there is a large population base to draw from here. But it's too premature to speculate what will come of those discussions and again we're focused on this market and this park, particularly now, and thoroughly optimistic about its prospects for the region." Recent pictures 10. Wide shot of Disneyland main street with Sleeping Beauty Castle in background 11. A taxicab in main street for photo taking 9 Sept 2005 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robert Iger, the President of The Walt Disney Company: "Disney has achieved over the years great brand breadth, we're known throughout the world, but if you really analyse it, it's mostly breadth and not as much depth as we'd like in certain markets, this is digging very deep in this market and will create great depth and great affinity in this market for decades to come, and for generations to come." 11. Set up of Michael Eisner, Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Company 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Eisner, Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Company: "Well I love the fact that China is a very family orientated environment, you go to the park, I got off the park, I got off the plane and went last night. And you see 17,000 people taking pictures of the fireworks, you see mothers and fathers and grandparents. The family unit is unbelievably strong, not just in Hong Kong but in China." Recent pictures 14. Various of visitors and facilities in Tomorrowland STORYLINE Final preparations are underway for the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland next week. Workers are putting the finishing touches to the theme park, which is seen by Disney as a giant step towards business expansion in China. The Walt Disney Company's president Bob Iger said on Friday that Hong Kong Disneyland would be definitely ready to open on September 12th. Iger will replace Michael Eisner as chief executive officer on October 1st. The CEO-elect said "Everything seems to be in place, our five-thousand new cast members are ready to go and its ready to open its doors to this part of the world." During the past week, Disneyland has given tens of thousands of visitors a sneak peek of the park on outlying Lantau Island, about a 30-minute subway ride from central Hong Kong. The crowds who were allowed to try out the attractions during the "rehearsal days" have complained about long lines at the rides and restaurants. not immediately respond to the allegations. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
(1995) Michael Eisner has turned Disney into the biggest player in Hollywood and, as he revealed to reporter Charles Wooley, he's been rewarded handsomely. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: 🤍 LIKE 60 Minutes Australia on Facebook: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Twitter: 🤍 FOLLOW 60 Minutes Australia on Instagram: 🤍 For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Allison Langdon, Tara Brown, Charles Wooley, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes. #60MinutesAustralia
Pompey chairman Michael Eisner discusses a range of topics, including challenging for promotion, the takeover of Pompey Women and the club's 125th anniversary celebrations. 00:00 Intro 00:14 How next season do you best achieve an all-out serious challenge for either automatic promotion or at the very least the play-offs? 03:26 How do the club operate competitively and sustainably in the Championship? 06:59 What do you envisage as the circumstances where you would give the green light to increase capacity in the North Stand? 10:48 What's the motivation behind the takeover of Portsmouth FC Women? 12:23 Does the Academy remain important to you? How pleased are you with their progress? Has your vision changed and what are the plans right now to bring that vision to fruition? 14:47 How good is it to be part of the 125th anniversary celebrations here and how important are they to you? 19:19 After six years of ownership what is now your overall ambition for Portsmouth Football Club? Is it the same overall ambition you had on that night at the Guildhall? 20:29 Outro 🔵 EVERYTHING Pompey in one place 👉 🤍 📺 Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍 🔗 Visit the Portsmouth FC website: 🤍 🌍 Watch Pompey on iFollow: 🤍 🛒 Shop your favourite Pompey items: 🤍 👕 Purchase Pompey memorabilia: 🤍 🐦 Follow Pompey on Twitter: 🤍 📸 Follow Pompey on Instagram: 🤍 💻 Follow Pompey on Facebook: 🤍 📲 Follow Pompey on TikTok: 🤍 🎧 Follow Pompey on Spotify: 🤍 #Pompey
The Walt Disney Company has a storied past, but only a few people have ever served as Disney CEO and Chairman, leading the Disney Company into the future. One man brought in to save the organization back in the 1980's was Michael Eisner. From bringing Disney back from the brink of being purchased, stripped and sold off, to ushering in the Disney decade of the 1990's and the renaissance of Walt Disney Animation, to the expansion of Disney Parks like Walt Disney World, Disneyland Paris and even a second park at the Disneyland Resort. The Kingdom Report team is here because we have one question for former Disney CEO Michael Eisner. Plus, we share many of your questions as well. #disney #disneyparks #disneyland CONSIDER SUPPORTING The Kingdom Report's Value-Added Content: 🤍 Connecting you to more of what makes you happy at the Disneyland Resort in California and the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. SUBSCRIBE To The Kingdom Report: 🤍 It's The Kingdom Report. Your home for Disney Parks news, reviews, experiences, and perspective. Every Saturday join us for Kingdom Report Live, our panel news, trip planning and Q&A discussion show where Disney Parks are covered from coast to coast. Join us EVERY SATURDAY at 3PM/ET 12PM/PT. Streaming here and on 🤍KingdomReportLive on Facebook. Love Disney Parks? Be sure to subscribe and never miss a moment of the magic. BE A PART OF THE KINGDOM TEAM COMMUNITY! FACEBOOK: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 [NEVER MISS A BROADCAST] OUR WEBSITE: 🤍 _ The Kingdom Report and Kingdom Report Live are in no way associated with The Walt Disney Company, Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort, or its affiliates.
No one really knows what former Disney CEO Michael Eisner thinks about another former CEO Bob Chapek or the direction of The Walt Disney Company, but based on a recent Twitter post, we might have a better idea. The day after Chapek was fired and Bob Iger was back in the CEO’s seat, Eisner tweeted, “Welcome back to Disney, 🤍RobertIger!” So, in addition to most of The Walt Disney Company and the Disney fan community, Eisner was happy to see Iger back at the helm. Now, a week later, Eisner has followed that tweet up with a second one that says, “The Walt Disney Company has suffered in recent years. This is a good time for us to remember the words of Walt Disney who said, ‘Everybody falls down. Getting back up is how you learn to walk.'” If it wasn’t clear what Eisner thought of how the company was being run under Chapek, this tweet pretty much answers those questions. When he says that the company “has suffered in recent years,” he certainly was not talking about the Iger era. Are you surprised that Michael Eisner publicly commented about the removal of Chapek? Let us know in the comments below.
Legendary talk show host Larry King passed away earlier today at age 87. Among the huge collection of his interviews is this 1993 interview with then-Disney CEO Michael Eisner. We are pleased to present this restored video as a tribute to Mr. King. Larry and Michael discuss the upcoming American Teacher Awards airing on the Disney channel and the importance of education. They go onto discuss the financial trouble at EuroDisney, and the company's upcoming plans for Disney's America park near Manassas, Virginia. Callers from London and Copenhagen question Michael about locating EuroDisney in Paris, while callers from Orlando ask about the fate of Captain EO given allegations about Michael Jackson and the best way for front-line cast members to challenge untenable corporate policies. This is a great video time capsule of Disney in the early 90's and our viewers will be pleased to know the original commercials are included!
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Michael Eisner and John Travolta open a package of 25-year-old Topps cards, featuring Travolta during his "Welcome Back Kotter" years. Full episode airs Monday, May 21 at 9P & 12A on CNBC.
Is Bob Iger Just Michael Eisner 2.0? | Walt Disney Studios | Next Disney CEO Movie business historians know that Michael Eisner becoming CEO of the Walt Disney Company from Paramount was the incident that started off the Disney Renaissance that turned The Walt Disney Company into the industry powerhouse that it is today. However, after the passing of Frank Wells and the exit of Jeffrey Katzenberg to found Dreamworks SKG coincided was a notable drop in the fortunes of the Walt Disney Company, precipitating the exit of Roy Disney and the Save Disney campain. Today, we see former Disney wunderkind Bob Iger struggling under circumstances that echo that time. Ed Catmull and John Lassetter are no longer with the company and Nelson Peltz of Trian Fund Management have engaged in a proxy called Restore the Magic with the intention of rocking the Disney Company back into financial success. 🤍ValliantRenegade, 🤍WDW_Pro, 🤍JFG, and 🤍MidnightsEdgeAfterDark take The Walt Disney Company through the business and financial lens of reality. JOIN US THIS SUNDAY 5PM CT / 6PM ET TO CATCH THE SHOW LIVE 🤍 #bobiger #disney #disneyboard #financialanalysis thumbnail artwork by 🤍JonasJCampbell
Michael Eisner was one of the most influential leaders in Disney history. He is also one of the most controversial. This video charts his meteoric rise to success as he took Disney to the very top of the media world, followed by his demise and ultimate rejection from the empire he built.
In what could break a California home sales record, former Disney executive Michael Eisner has listed his beachfront mansion at $225 million. Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency holds the listing. READ MORE: 🤍 More from The Sacramento Bee: Subscribe: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Digital news subscription: 🤍
Why Great Partnerships Succeed For four decades, Michael D. Eisner has been a leader in the American entertainment industry. He began his career at ABC, where he helped take the network from number three to number one in prime-time, daytime, and children's television. In 1976 he became president of Paramount Pictures, turning out hit films such as Raiders of the Lost Ark and Saturday Night Fever. In 1984 Eisner was appointed chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company and, in the ensuing twenty-one years, transformed it from a film and theme park company with $1.8 billion in enterprise value into a global media empire valued at $80 billion. In 2005 Michael founded The Tornante Company, a privately held corporation that makes investments in and incubates companies and opportunities in the media and entertainment space. In WORKING TOGETHER: Why Great Partnerships Succeed, Eisner showcases nine successful partnerships and what makes them tick, while explaining how his collaboration with Franks Wells made much of his heralded Disney triumph possible. Some of these partnerships include: Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger (Berkshire Hathaway); Bill and Melinda Gates (The Gates Foundation); Brian Grazer and Ron Howard (Imagine Entertainment); Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell (Studio 54); Arthur Blank and Bernie Marcus (The Home Depot); Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken (restaurateurs); and John Angelo and Michael Gordon (finance). Keith Ferrazzi is an expert on business relationship development, is the author of the bestseller, Who’s Got Your Back. As CEO of the consulting, training, and research firm Ferrazzi Greenlight, he counsels leading business enterprises on how to dramatically accelerate the development of business relationships to drive sales, spark innovation, and create team cohesion. Ferrazzi is a thought leader and advocate for corporate citizenship, rallying executives around initiatives to improve healthcare and education nationwide. Ferrazzi has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Inc., and Fast Company. His previous book, Never Eat Alone, was a also a bestseller. He has held the position of Chief Marketing Officer at Deloitte Consulting, and later at Starwood Hotels. For more information visit him at: keithferrazzi.com.
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Director George Lucas and Aspen Institute Trustee Michael Eisner discuss the LucasFilm Lmtd. sale to Disney, Lucas' early days in cinema and his philanthropic endeavors. Recorded: November 14, 2012
Michael Eisner, former Chief Executive of Walt Disney Corporation, provides the Leaders In London 2007 audience with the knowledge on how Great Leaders Micromanage, ensuring their organisation is a cut-above their competitors.
Former Disney CEO & legendary director both boost liberal arts education Defending the Liberal Arts playlist: 🤍 🤍 Walt Disney CEO Michael Eisner never took a single business course, getting a double major in English and theater (Denison '64), and he has nudged his three sons into liberal arts. "Literature is unbelievably helpful, because no matter what business you are in, you are dealing with interpersonal relationships," Eisner says. "It gives you an appreciation of what makes people tick." 🤍 “I would much rather hire an executive who has taken courses in history and philosophy and language and art, and English and Russian literature than somebody who has only studied a single element of one subject. When my son wanted to go to undergraduate film school, I called George Lucas, who told him: 'Don’t go. Learning to make a movie is like learning to drive. Anybody can learn to drive. It’s where you drive that counts.'” #LiberalArts #MichaelEisner #GeorgeLucas Thumbnail Image: Michael Eisner in Oct 2010, By Ed Schipul - 🤍 CC BY-SA 2.0, 🤍
A discussion of what caused the end of the Disney Renaissance, including the history of Michael Eisner and Jefferey Katzenberg's time in control of Disney Studios, the fighting behind the scenes, how the Renaissance came to be, what created Disney's home video sequel craze, the history of Disney Movietoons, how animation changed in the 90s and 2000s, the expansion of Disney outside of animation, and how Disney's recent decisions are repeating the death of the Disney Renaissance. #Disney #disneyplus #animation Music: Official Matt Draper Channel Theme by Mono Memory Support Mono Memory: Follow/listen on Spotify - 🤍 PayPal Donation - 🤍 JOIN Mono Memory on YT - 🤍 Bandcamp Sub - 🤍 Commissions - email monomemory85 at gmail.com "The Outliers" by Droid Bishop and Sean Ivry "Landline" "A Side Scrolling Night Drive" and "Glass Palms" by Hello Meteor "A Distant Quiet" by Traxx "Once Upon a Dream" by The Fantasyland Band Organ "Fade (Running In The Night)" by FM-84 "Fly For Your Life" by Gunship Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Movie executive Michael Eisner is honored with a Star on the World Famous Hollywood Walk of Fame, April 25, 2008.
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Buy Defunctland T-Shirts: 🤍 Donate on Patreon: 🤍 The last stop in a long journey to Disney Quest, Defunctland takes a look at Disney Regional Entertainment's first venture, Club Disney. Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theater, McDonald's Playplaces and Leaps and Bounds, Discovery Zone, Showbiz Pizza, and more are discussed in this little-known part of Disney history. Follow Defunctland on Social Media: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Defunctland Subreddit: 🤍 For more great content, visit 🤍 Get in touch with Defunctland: contact🤍defunctland.com
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